Witnesses said Wednesday that Yemeni security forces and snipers had opened fire on thousands of anti-government protesters marching to the Cabinet building in Sanaa, Yemen's capital.
Yemeni security forces opened fire on demonstrators and launched rocket-propelled grenades at an office building Monday as they cracked down on a protest in the flashpoint city of Taiz in the country's south. Three people were killed, witnesses and medics said.
A Yemeni opposition activist said Sunday that security forces backed by army units opened fire on some of tens of thousands of protesters demanding the ouster of Yemen's longtime president, killing two.
Forces loyal to Yemen's embattled president opened fire on protesters demanding his ouster Monday, killing two and wounding dozens at various protests, activists said.
Yemeni security forces opened fire on anti-government protesters Tuesday, killing at least three amid rising international concern over the strategically located nation.